‘Sisters’ – Nice Comedy For The Holiday Season | Film Review
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Two sisters (Tina Fey and Amy Poehler) who lead very different lives (brilliant scenes where the comparison between them are shown), are taken by surprise when their parents (James Brolin and Diane Wiest) decide to sell their house. This is the place in which their daughters grew up and had a lot of nice memories. The characters played by Fey and Poehler decide to go out with a bang, by throwing a last wild party. But will it be a good or bad idea in the end?
Sisters is one of those films that is not extraordinary, but never tries to be. It’s a bit like this: when you think it’s gonna go in a different direction, it quickly pulls itself back. It’s a funny film for those used to the humour of the legends that are Fey and Poehler, but it is also a bit sentimental in various moments. You’ll definitely appreciate it more if you have brothers or sisters. (Shout out for my brother Cris).
Tina Fey and Amy Poehler have such a good comedic chemistry, it feels less like a movie and more like a friendly get together. The raunchy jokes are funny, and never go too far. The rest of the cast are pretty memorable, I particularly liked the characters played by John Cena, Maya Rudolph, Ike Barinholtz and Bobby Moynihan. If you are looking for something fun then Sisters is that film for you. Sisters is out in cinemas everywhere!
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